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Thus, Vedenskiy, parabiotic braking - this excitement that distinguish resistance and instability. As an example of the type of braking parabiotic scientist led anesthesia - a state of complete numbness that occurs in the area of ​​living tissue or the entire body under the influence of drugs.

Before Vvedenskii published his theory, it was believed that the excitation, inhibition and anesthesia - it's completely different, unrelated processes. He created the first unified theory of neural process - parabiotic theory. All subsequent work was devoted scientist further development of this issue.

In 1908 VM Bekhterev founded the Neuropsychiatric Institute, and NE Vvedenskii became one of its first professors. Since 1908 he was a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. At this time, his work and the work of the entire laboratory was devoted to the study of the central nervous system.

In April 1917 in Petrograd was convened the first congress of Russian physiologists, initiated and organized by NE was Vvedenskii. After 1920, he returned to the study of nerve, but died in 1922.

Research NE Vvedenskogo greatly influenced psychologists and physiologists, both in Russia and abroad. He consistently destroying established notions of organization and functioning of the nervous system, offering his own version, supported by a huge number of experiments. Many repeated his experiments, yielding similar results and further developed in more detail some of his theory N.E Vvedenskii made a significant contribution to the study of a new method of Psychophysiology.


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